Save these NEW Dates on the last TDHI of 2019!

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By Stuart Parrish The deadline for Calls For Proposals has been extended from last Friday, Sept. 6th to THIS Saturday,September 14th. Please note that remaining final submissions should still be directed to the attention of Dr Carolyn Fulford by email, cfulfor1@nccu.edu. The registration period for those not presenting but attending the Institute is open until … Continue reading “Save these NEW Dates on the last TDHI of 2019!”

Election Results: Recap from the August TDHN Organizing Meeting

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TDHN Organizing Meeting Thursday, August 15th | 9:30 – 11:30am National Humanities Center Announcements Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the organizing meeting on August 15th! Your patience has been appreciated as we’ve worked on implementing the ideas we talked through.  As the direct outcome of the meeting, we’d like to announce … Continue reading “Election Results: Recap from the August TDHN Organizing Meeting”

Start Planning for Digital Humanities 2020

Start Planning for Digital Humanities 2020  By Hannah Jacobs Every year, researchers, instructors, practitioners, and students from around the world gather to share their digital humanities work and learn from one another at the Digital Humanities conference organized by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). (Learn more about the conference that just wrapped on … Continue reading “Start Planning for Digital Humanities 2020”

Open Source Annotations on IIIF resources: An Interview with Niqui O’Neill

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Figure 1: An example of an annotation Niqui O’Neill is the Digital Technologies Development Librarian at North Carolina State University who took the time to explain her recent project using IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework):   Tell us more about your work: I have been working on three projects that provide users the ability to create … Continue reading “Open Source Annotations on IIIF resources: An Interview with Niqui O’Neill”

What is the Triangle Digital Humanities Network?

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Thank you everyone who attended the second Triangle Digital Humanities Institute on May 22-24th. Today I am at the CUNY Graduate Center to report on the events of the first two Triangle Digital Humanities Institutes. The experience has made me reflect on the past and future of the Triangle Digital Humanities Network (TDHN). Here’s a … Continue reading “What is the Triangle Digital Humanities Network?”

An Interview with Meg McMahon

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Meg McMahon is a second year information science graduate student at UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Library and Information Science. They are a graduate research assistant in the Kenan Science Library and a research and design graduate assistant for the R.B. House Undergraduate Library. Both positions focus on instruction, research, and design for libraries and makerspaces. … Continue reading “An Interview with Meg McMahon”

An Interview with Kristina Bush

Kristina Bush is a writer, content manager, and project manager for the Triangle Digital Humanities Network behind-the-scenes. She graduates this May from the School of Information and Library Science at UNC Chapel Hill with her Master’s in Library Science, and will be starting a new position as the Digital Literacies Librarian at University of California, … Continue reading “An Interview with Kristina Bush”

May 2019 Triangle Digital Humanities Institute at UNC Chapel Hill

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The May 2019 Triangle Digital Humanities Institute at UNC Chapel Hill is this week from Wednesday, May 22nd through Friday, May 24th. We’re excited to welcome you all to TDHI, connect with new people, and share digital humanities work! Follow along with the day on Twitter with #triangledh. The schedule is listed below with more details … Continue reading “May 2019 Triangle Digital Humanities Institute at UNC Chapel Hill”

An Interview with Maggie Melo

Maggie Melo is an assistant professor at UNC’s School of Library and Information Science where she teaches courses on information resources and services, information professionals in makerspaces, and information ethics. Before coming to UNC, Maggie completed her PhD in English at the University of Arizona. While there, she became actively engaged in makerspace research and … Continue reading “An Interview with Maggie Melo”

An Interview with Dan Anderson

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Dan Anderson, Professor in the UNC Chapel Hill Department of English and Comparative Literature, is the Principal Investigator for the Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative and the Director of the Digital Innovation Lab on UNC-CH’s campus. He directs and leads a number of digital humanities initiatives for undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty to provide opportunities for … Continue reading “An Interview with Dan Anderson”